Arrange furniture to face the gorgeous outdoor views.
Include plenty of seating to accommodate the family of 10.
Break up the tile floor with a rug that includes an organic, flowing pattern.
Hang sheer curtains and inside-mounted roller shades for privacy and to soften the windows and control incoming sunlight.
Incorporate bright colors so the room flows with the adjacent yellow dining room.
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